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Censors v/s creativity: 4 Malayalam movies that came under radar

Since a long time, Indian cinemas were being censored on foul language and nudity- considering the huge impact cinema has in our country. A filmmaker has always been forced to be careful about the scenes involving obscenity, religious sentiments and ... Manorama Online, 1 week ago

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New Indian Express

Paul Cox, a friend of Kerala, is no more

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: By the time the Australian auteur Paul Cox came to the state in 2012 he had achieved the calm of a man who had foxed death. When told that a Malayalam filmmaker called Blessy had based his latest film Pranayam on one of his ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Australian filmmaker Paul Cox leaves much to cherish for Malayalis  New Indian Express1 week ago

Malayalam filmmakers prefer citizens over producers for funding

It must have been 1985. An 18-year-old engineering student, Jooju Ramakrishnan, was waiting at a railway station in Thrissur when he saw, right there before him, the apostle of avant-garde Malayalam cinema: filmmaker John Abraham, with his trademark ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

The big short festival

Calling Thiruvananthapuram a city jam-packed with cine-halls is no hyperbole. Its red carpet reception for star movies knows no bounds, though at a time, the world of avant-garde and offbeat cinema remained out of bounds in this place of ardent cine ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Long journey from video library to marquee

Giuseppe Tornatore might not know that in far away Kerala, the name of his iconic film Cinema Paradiso is inextricably tied to that of a certified movie buff. Thanzeer S., for whom that film opened the doors to a world hitherto unknown, is now a ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Journey from video library to marquee  The Hindu3 weeks ago

International documentary, short film fest from June 10

The 9th edition of the International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala (IDSFFK), organised by the Kerala State Chalachitra Academy, will be held from June 10 to 14 at the Kairali, Sree and Nila theatres. The inaugural event will be held ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Documentary film fete in city from June 10  The Hindu3 weeks ago Documentary fete from June 10  The Hindu3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Pretty as a butterfly

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, June 3 -- Nishagandhi, the hub of art and culture in the capital city at Kanakakunnu, will be getting a butterfly-shaped permanent roofing ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Habitat Film Festival: A celebration of regional cinema

If, as art critic John Berger once said, in the sky of cinema, people learn what they might have been, and discover what belongs to them apart from their single lives, the coming week has a lot to offer for those seeking that experience. A ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Never say It's my fault

Ever got knocked down on the road and never had a helping hand? Ente Pizha, a short film by Praveen J Samuel, is about not forgetting to lend a helping hand. Says Praveen, The film is a tribute to my best friend Vineeth Marar, who passed away ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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